Bottom line here is that something that actually works but you have to “work” at it doesn’t sell well here in America.
Off-topic: ( Example )
Creatine was snake oil when it first came out. Now a medical study has named Creatine and HMB as the only 2 supplements out of the 50 they tested that really do work. Wow imagine that. The rest of us figured that one out years ago. The masses don’t get it. Most people at this site are not what I call “people of the masses” because they have decided to think outside the box and invest time and effort in to something that works.
For years doctors blamed this and that on bodybuilding, weightlifting , etc. Years later exercise has been deemed great for your body and has been shown to have a great many positives verses any negatives you might encounter. But people still won’t do it because it takes work.
I have never bought into that “PE will become a mainstream event”. No way. It takes too much time and effort for most men to deal with it. We don’t need the medical community to validate that “PE” works no more than Columbus need anyone to verify that the earth was not flat.
Plenty more can be said here. Randolf has alot of good things in his post. Sometimes cynicism is a good thing if used properly.